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Happy Friday everyone!
On our last day in San Francisco, David, Mystery Man, and I had breakfast and dropped by the Palace of Fine Arts before we drove back to Los Angeles. If you plan to visit the Bay Area, this spot is definitely a great place to visit. Hugging the pergola is an artificial lagoon where swans glide freely, and at night, the rotunda lights up in hopes to romance its visitors.
On a side note, have you been watching American Idol? If so, who’s your favorite? I’m a huge fan of Phillip Phillips. He sings with so much heart and is such a great performer. When I was younger, I secretly wanted to be a singer. However, I was very shy about singing in public, so I went for the next best thing – an instrument. At the suggestion of my band teacher, I tried playing the trombone. With little lung capacity and short arms, I couldn’t extend my arm sufficiently or push the correct amount of air to produce pleasurable sounds. Shortly afterwards, he recommended color guard. Years later, my friend tried teaching me how to play the guitar. Unfortunately, my little fingers had a hard time stretching out far enough to press the strings. And last year, I decided to give it one last try – the ukulele. As you can tell, the instruments got smaller and smaller over time. I was quite excited, and wanted to jump in right away and play popular songs. I don’t think Mystery Man can tell if I’m playing a song or strumming that poor ukulele to death. Back to the original point… I have a lot of respect for musicians, specially those who write their own songs. Music is such a powerful mode of communication and beautiful music is truly priceless.
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